While I understand that you might not have neither patience nor will to read posts and threads posted by wine journalist and bloggers on this forum, the main purpose of it is like you say talking about Israeli and Kosher wines but not only, I appreciate the fact that a number of forumites who don't drink only kosher wine publish here as it provides me with comfort (like if we really need that but nonetheless, still) that kosher and israeli wine can compete without any issue whatsoever with "regular" wine as Rogov always said. So yes, some of us may use the forum to also promote their blogs or careers but that's fine with me personally as long as those careers and blogs relate to wine, especially kosher and israeli wine. So what? Rogov used this forum to discuss his experience with us and share tasting notes (often prior publication in Ha'aretz) and opinions on a wide selection of topics that (almost) all were wine-related and now that he has passed away and that no moderator is consistenly monitoring the forum anymore, we shall try to do whatever it takes to keep it alive and kicking. Speaking of moderating, Robin Garr recently posted here that we seem to be doing pretty well without a moderator...
As I've mentioned it on the Israwinexpo 2012' thread, Adam Montefiore personally thanked me as well as some of the most still very active forumites (among them some of the journalists and bloggers you refered to in your post) for that and coming from him, I consider it a big and very positive encouragement to all of us to keep maintaining what is still the most passionate forum on israeli+kosher wine.
Like you said, if you are annoyed by a thread/post in particular, nothing will happen if you'll skip reading those. As well, and I apologize if this might offense you but I actually feel myself also offended by your words especially for some of those forumites that I have in high esteem and respect as I consider them, their work and regular posts as providing a huge service to us kosher/israeli winelovers, and even more important than before Rogov's passing, as they're filling some of the gap left since. Since Rogov is now gone, the forum also needs to change as well to keep existing. And since like a bunch of former regular forumites, you've yourself almost not posted anything at all since Rogov died, it would be better not attacking the people who have remained faithful to this place (I suspect some of the former active forumites of Rogov's time of being disdainful of the other forumites and their opinions which is why they have stopped posting, they were only interested in Rogov's opinions and the opportunity to discuss with him but never really gave a darn s**t about the others).
So, this is now the month of Adar (sorry Yamit but yes, another allusion to "religion"), the month of Joy par excellence, and instead of staying on a negative note to finish writing this post, I want to take this opportunity to thank again Jon Tabak, David Raccah, Harry J, Yehoshua Werth, Yossie Horwitz, David Rhodes, Zvi Spiegelman, Or Shoham, Alex, Mike BG, ChaimShraga, Yoel, Craig Winchell and all the other folks I've forgot to name for their regular participation that I personally appreciate immensely as a fellow member of the forum for the knowledge and info they kindly provide to me and to anyone else, whether a member or not, who might be interested in this wonderful world of wine.
I was sitting a few hours ago with Eyal Elipaz, owner/winemaker of Eden Winery who was telling me how much happy he was after someone told him about Zvi Spiegelman's review of his rosé and for mine of his red blend and I truly shared his joy of the appreciation people have with his products and it is a real pleasure and a reward that some simple post on a forum like this one can bring so much warmth and encouragement to some of our winemakers here in Israel that are all wonderful people dedicated to thrive making the best out of the land of Eretz Israel has to offer.
Yamit, personally I will appreciate if you'd again post here from now on whenever you've got some stuff to share about K/Israeli wine, this what we are all here for. Thank you!